Cosmetic Dentistry is one of the most popular fields of dentistry that can help you improve your smile and give you a whole new look. There are many cosmetic dentistry options available. It is best to meet with your dentist to determine which option is best for you.
Teeth whitening is one of the most common cosmetic dental procedures. When teeth are stained or discolored, it can be a result of a number of factors, including poor dental hygiene, smoking, drinking coffee, and consuming wine or tea.
Teeth whitening is a process used to remove stains from teeth using a bleaching solution. This treatment can make teeth several shades whiter and is often completed during regular dental cleanings so that patients do not experience any discomfort.
A dental veneer is a thin, tooth-colored shell that covers the surface of your tooth to improve its appearance. They’re often used to restore teeth that are chipped, stained, or slightly misaligned.
Veneers are made of either resin composite or porcelain. Porcelain veneers are typically more stain-resistant than composite resin veneers, and they’re also better able to mimic the appearance of natural tooth enamel.
Dental bonding is a simple cosmetic dentistry procedure that involves applying bonding material to the front surface of a tooth. The bonding material is then cured or hardened using a curing light.
Dental bonding is best used for minor cosmetic imperfections. For example, dental bonding can be used to fill a gap between two teeth, repair minor chips, cover stains, or close gaps between teeth.
Dental crowns cover a tooth to restore its function and shape. Crowns are most often used to protect a tooth after a large filling. A crown fits over the remaining portion of the tooth and is cemented in place. They are typically made from porcelain, ceramic, or porcelain fused to metal.
Dental crowns restore both function and aesthetics to a tooth.
A dental bridge is a fixed dental restoration that replaces a missing tooth. The bridge is anchored to two teeth on either side of the gap. The anchor teeth are called abutment teeth, and false tooth/teeth fill in the gap. It can improve chewing and speaking function. It can also prevent tooth shifting (which can lead to jaw pain and TMJ disorder) and restore your facial structure.
Trailhead Dental, located in Wheat Ridge, CO, is equipped with the latest technologies and modern amenities that enable the best dental care facilities for patients. Call us at (720) 242-6803 and schedule an appointment with the dentist to learn about the services provided to the patients at the dental practice.
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